We’re quickly approaching the time of year when most contributions are made to IRAs and Roth IRAs. It’s also the time when tax preparers see how much clients have contributed to their IRAs.

But there are limits to how much can be contributed to an IRA, and exceeding them can result in costly penalties. Advisers should monitor their clients’ contributions to make sure they are legal, and help them avoid expensive consequences.

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